the passage is from Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth. What 2 Trevs stand for?
GINGER. I’m a DJ.
JOHNNY. He’s an unemployed plasterer.
PROFESSOR. I see. Are you pure or applied?
GINGER ( to the PROFESSOR) ....
The Passage is from Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem. what is this line: "Word in the college is 1987 is going to be worse." means? Also, who is Maureen Pringle?
PROFESSOR: A DJ, eh?
GINGER: That’s right,...
"If David didn't give up smoking, Liza wouldn't marry him."
I only can see that sentence in the 3rd conditional (unreal past) - "If David hadn't given up smoking, Liza wouldn't have married him". But ...
It's from a play based on Mary Shelley's novel.
What does "if the children breed with the children" mean?
Victor: I don’t know. I have travelled where no man has travelled. I wonder
how far I can go....
What does Meat for the dogs mean?
it's from a play called Frankenstein
Victor: I shall need a steady supply of internal organs.
Ewan: Very good, sir.
Ewan: Quiet, Rab. Meat for the dogs....
I ask the following as a non-native English speaker.
In this question, I have trouble understanding how does "accompany me to my office" connect to anything else in the sentence.
The problem comes when I try to understand (multiple) continuous parentheses, for example:
Summary of text leading up to this: someone purpose to eliminate 13 majors about humanities since they are ...
In one my novels, a separate section is given as Points to Ponder Over. However, no phrasal verb as such (ponder over) really exists. By Oxford dictionary, ponder is a transitive verb. So it cannot be ...